Penelope (1966) Natalie Wood
A flighty, bored, kleptomaniac wife (Natalie Wood) of a banker who robs her husband's bank of sixty thousand dollars.
Starring: Natalie Wood, Dick Shawn, Peter Falk, Ian Bannen
Viewer Review: "This is a delightful, witty and funny film! A must for vintage, colorful movies - they don't color'em like the used to. The strong female character a rarity, such cheerfulness which in more recent times has been a trademark of Meg Ryan and Reese Witherspoon. Wonderful scenes including "How to blow bubble-gum", including Penelope and a detective Horatio. Great scenes with her analyst Gregory, who, understandably, has a hard time not falling in love with Penny. You will love Penelope too."
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Hard to Find.
Mature: 18 Years+
Format: DVD, Widescreen
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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